About The Pop Art Girl
Hi. I'm Liz, aka The Pop Art Girl. I'm a Nashville-local autistic pop art painter. I've been selling my artwork since 2009 when I was only painting watercolor nudes. I still love watercolor nudes (who doesn't?), but currently I am focusing on pieces painted with acrylic in a pop art style with a feminist twist.
I've been making art for as long as I can remember. I am not classically trained. In fact, when I was in college I was a double English/Drama major and I worked in the Costume Shop. I picked up tips and tricks from my mother and grandmother, but mostly I just practiced a lot. A lot a lot.
I love bright colors and bold lines in my work. I am inspired by pop culture, comic books, and anything that makes me laugh. (Pop culture helps me feel connected to allistic people through shared interests.) My focus, in general, as an artist is to make women feel inspired, emboldened, and totally badass.
I started going by "The Pop Art Girl", because that's what everyone calls me at art shows and exhibits. Even once when I was hiking someone yelled across a river, "You're the pop art girl, aren't you? I love your work!"
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